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8,000 Pages of Unique Content in 48 hours

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Troshi, Mar 30, 2012.

  1. Troshi

    Troshi Senior Member

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    Okay, I just read this article on Wolf-Howl.

    How on earth is this possible to create such unique content 98% from scraping? Is there a tool I'm missing that can do this for you? (Referring to Step 2 of the above article)
     
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    kyaw2x Regular Member

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    I'm wondering it too.

    LOL..I know the poster and he is a member here. Hopefully he will see this thread and explain how he did.
     
  3. Troshi

    Troshi Senior Member

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    Yeah, Gray Wolf is on here.
     
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    kyaw2x Regular Member

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    No it's not by Gray Wolf. It's a guest post I think from Brandon Hopkins.
     
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    8000 unique content in 48h ?? this is crazy.. can someone explain it.. :D
     
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    BHopkins Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    Now we can't all go and give away all of our secrets now can we? I've spent countless days perfecting my ORM processes and am proud to say that I'm very good at replacing negatives.
     
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    Glad that you reply sir! It's okay I understand.
     
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    collegedropout Registered Member

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    all i can say is wow... at this rate, even if you work hard you'll fail cause this guy will pwn the internet. i just checked his sitemap and i felt my heart stop.
     
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    o_O I spend an hour spinning an article and only get it to 30% unique,

    You sir, are a gentleman and a scholar.
     
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  10. Troshi

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    I mean... sounds like there is a tool doing that. You can't make 8K 90%+ spun pages by yourself in 48 hours...

    But it seems like there are very few programs that can spin well, much less 90%.
     
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    Hah, I'm not asking for all your OMR secrets :p I'm just curious of how you got the content etc, I'm not even interested in OMR.
     
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    BHopkins Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    Of course the content itself is spun.
     
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    Very clever, very effective. Like Brandon has said, the majority of the time the client just cares about the bad reviews disappearing out of view. Most of the time this is a great way to make money offline. I have looked up a few local restaurants in the past found the bad reviews (trust me around here there are a lot of bad reviews and most of them are justified, although it is not for us to care about that) on P1 and printed them out and sent them to them with a cover letter. Many times they jump at the chance to get rid of them.
    Just try this method, even for a newbie I could almost guarantee that you will get some work and then word travels that you are good!
     
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    Thanks for the info but how much would you charge for such a service?
    I understand it can take some time and a lot of work but what would be
    a good pricing structure?

     
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    I assume that you could implement TBS and a feed from Ezines to do this.... The content would be crap but you could get a 70%ish uniqueness.

    It could prob be done with a plug in if you had a good programmer.
     
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    Fantomas Shadowmaker can do a lot more than that. Of course, the full package on it is almost 3K these days, but.......it definitely will do this kind of work and more.
     
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    From what I have seen Fantomas is awesome but can be price prohibitive. I suspect I will give it a go at some point but I am a tight git so I always try everything from the tools I have already before investing in more tools.

    I always try and make the content that I put up at least readable, even with spinning if you spend a little time on it then it is not that hard, there are plenty of people you can do this for you if you want to outsource it.

    As for price, try and get an idea of what local competitors are charging, even making a quick phone call posing as a business and ask for a quote. I have done this and been quoted anywhere between £250 - £1500 (roughly $400 - $2400) to clear a bad review from page 1. Personally I say around £500 to clear it from page 1 and £1000 to clear it to page 3. That is the average from here and I would push the fact that we are a professional SEO company and we will get the job done.
    The south of England and London where I live is notoriously expensive so I can justify higher prices but don't underprice yourself so much that you are working your ass off for next to nothing. It is always better to have 1 client at £1500 than 10 at £150.
     
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    owh... shit what the hell are that? 8000 Unique Content in 48 hours?
     
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    Yeah, but this guy's talking 98% uniqueness...
    Never heard of this program before.
     
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    How can you push down 'Google Reviews' tho?

    I know you can make a lot of web2.0 properties to push negative reviews pages to page 2, but that doesnt make it possible to push it down, when the 'negative reviews' is on google places itself?